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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [ TSCH-MAC PIB attributes for macTimeslotTemplate ] Date Submitted: [ 9 July 2014 ] Source: [ Patrick Kinney ] Company [ Kinney Consulting LLC ] Address [ Chicago area, IL, USA ]

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Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans 2851823

Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title:[TSCH-MAC PIB attributes for macTimeslotTemplate]

Date Submitted: [9 July 2014]

Source: [Patrick Kinney] Company [Kinney Consulting LLC]

Address [Chicago area, IL, USA]

Voice:[+1.847.960.3715], E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re:[Justification for changes to TSCH default value]

Abstract:[Changes to TSCH default values for different bands]

Purpose:[To assist in the comment resolutions to TSCH]

Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.

Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Project ieee p802 15 working group for wireless personal area networks wpans 2851823

802.15.4-2015

  • Revision to 802.15.4-2011 with roll-ups of:

  • 802.15.4e-2012

  • 802.15.4f-2012

  • 802.15.4g-2012

  • 802.15.4j-2013

  • 802.15.4k-2013

  • 802.15.4m-2014

  • 802.15.4p-2014

  • And corrigenda as per 15-12-0367, changes requested by ETSI, and clarifications to such entities as timing for Acknowledgment frames, et al.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch overview for more details see 15 11 484 03

TSCH Overview(for more details see 15-11-484-03)

  • Process Automation applications with a particular focus on equipment and process monitoring

  • Operation

    • All devices in the same network synchronize slotframes

    • All timeslots are contained within a slotframe cycle

    • Timeslots repeat in time: the slotframe period

    • Device-to-device communication within a timeslot includes packet Tx/Rx & ACK Tx/Rx

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch overview

TSCH Overview

Typical application segments are:

  • Process automation facilities for the following:

    • Oil and gas industry

    • Food and beverage products

    • Chemical products

    • Pharmaceutical products

    • Water/waste water treatments

  • Automation Systems such as:

    • Smart grid networks

    • Lighting networks

    • Factory automation

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch overview1

TSCH Overview

The TSCH mode uses time synchronized communication and channel hopping to provide network robustness through spectral and temporal redundancy.

Time slotted communication links increase potential throughput by minimizing unwanted collisions that can lead to catastrophic failure and provides deterministic, yet flexible, bandwidth for a wide variety of applications.

Channel hopping extends the effective range of communications by mitigating the effects of multipath fading and interference.

TSCH is also topology independent; it can be used to form any topology from a star to a full mesh.

TSCH MAC primitives can be used with higher layer networking protocols to form the basis of reliable, scalable, and flexible networks.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Mac behaviors unique to tsch

MAC behaviors unique to TSCH

  • The TSCH mode introduces no unique commands specific for this mode; however, IEs are used extensively.

  • TSCH uses EBs containing the TSCH Synchronization payload IE, TSCH-Slotframe and Link payload IE, TSCH Timeslot payload IE, and Channel Hopping payload IE to advertise the presence of a TSCH PAN and allow new devices to synchronize to it.

  • Devices maintain synchronization by exchanging acknowledged frames within defined timeslot windows and providing timing corrections in the acknowledgment via the ACK/NACK Time Correction IE.

  • Communication resources are broken up into timeslots that are organized into repeating slotframes

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch areas within the 802 15 4 rev draft

TSCH areas within the 802.15.4 rev draft

  • TheTSCH-Slotframe structure behavior is cited in 5.2.7, PAN formation is cited in 5.3.6, synchronization is stated in 5.5.3, the IEs are described in 6.5.3.2, 6.5.3.3, 6.5.3.4, and the primitives are declared in 7.2.20.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch link example for a 3 timeslot slotframe

TSCH link example for a 3-timeslot slotframe

Nodes A and B communicate during timeslot 0, nodes B and C communicate during timeslot 1, and timeslot 2 is not being used. Every three timeslots, the schedule repeats, but note that ASN increments continuously. The pairwise assignment of a directed communication between devices in a given timeslot on a given channelOffset is a link.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Time slotted channel hopping tsch

Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH)

  • Physical channel, CH, in a link is made according to the following formula:

    • CH = macHoppingSequenceList [(macASN + channelOffset) % macHoppingSequenceLength]

  • Use of a channelOffset allows for different channels to be used at a given macASN for a given macHoppingSequenceList. There are macNumberOfChannels channelOffsets that will result in a unique channel for that combination of macASN and macHoppingSequenceList.

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Tsch issues

TSCH Issues

  • Priorities

    • Need a mechanism to favor deterministic links over other types of links

  • TSCH PIBs

    • Upper ranges (0xffff) for macTsMaxTx & macTsTimeslotLength are insufficient to describe maximum values for sub GHz PHYs such as SUN

  • Defaults

    • CCA values not correct for ETSI 300 328 (2450 band)

    • Defaults are not appropriate for 915 band

  • Editorial

    • Timeslot ID field should be set to the value of macTimeslotTemplateId

    • Figure 147—add Ack Wait field before RXTX and after RX Wait

    • 5.3.6 – correct references in bulleted items

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Proposed tsch mac pib attributes for mactimeslottemplate

Proposed TSCH-MAC PIB attributes for macTimeslotTemplate

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


Summary

Summary

  • Roll-up of six PHY amendments show that many amendments are using newly introduced behaviors from the MAC amendment such as enhanced beacons, information elements, enhanced acknowledgments

  • TSCH, dominating industrial sensor networks, is the foundation used by the IETF 6tisch effort to standardize new higher layer protocols

  • TSCH timings must change per band to accommodate data rates, regulatory, etc.

  • Numerous mistakes in TSCH text must be corrected

<Pat Kinney>, <Kinney Consulting LLC>


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